So I searched and searched this forum but didn't find anything that asked or answered this particular question. (sorry if I overlooked it) So i'm writing a story that involves over 72 characters "each has a certain role in the story" and since the story is about a fantasy world/dimension with different races, higher beings and so on i've decided to have multiple pov's to have a better range of discriptions. The problem i'm having is that I know I will have more than 6 pov's, and I was wondering if that would be too much? If not, how should I introduce new characters POV's? Say for instance I start my story with my main protagonist's view and I want to switch to another protagonist's veiw (who also has a very important role in the story aswell) should I then switch back to the main protagonist before introducing another character's pov? EX: 4 characters *Note that these are not the actual characters in my story* (Bill(Protagonist) Jaden Phil Death) The story begans with Bill at war with the antagonist's army, and that chapter tells about the war and so on. Jaden and Bill no nothing about one another yet, but Jaden is the right hand man to the Antagonist, and will be the vessel for his discription. Phil is on a different planet and will later trip into a hole "or something" and fall on Bill's planet only to find out hes of very importance Death is a very important person to the king aswell and will introduce lots of new characters that will join to stop the army Now I know that may sound alittle "whack" but I can't tell my actual story so I created one with almost the same tricky concept, accept I will probably have more POVs. How would I introduce all of these POVs, if even possible?